Man uses Olive Garden’s ‘Never Ending Pasta Pass’ to feed the homeless

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OGDEN, Utah — A man in Utah bought one of Olive Garden’s “Never Ender Pasta Passes” and used it to feed the homeless.

KSTU-TV reported that Matt Tribe bought the limited edition pass to fulfill his love of pasta. But he soon saw another benefit.

“I realize it might be stupid to think, ‘I just gave them pasta, how does that make their day better?’ But somebody did something nice for them,” Tribe said.

The goal was 100 meals, by the end of the seven weeks, 125 people had benefited from the unlimited pasta. It started with friends and family, but quickly turned into something more.

“I thought, what have I done to deserve this,” said Tribe’s friend and pasta recipient Ben Taylor. “He explained to me what he was doing, he was just giving out random acts of pasta to neighbors, friends, and even homeless people, and I thought, that’s kind of a cool story.”

Read full story: KSTU-TV

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